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When it comes to overseas training, the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) has marched, sailed and flown all over the globe.
SAF tests smarter technology to enhance its sense and strike integration at the biennial exercise.
Soldiers from Singapore and China moved silently towards a three-storey building where terrorists were hiding. Two teams mounted mobile ladders and climbed up to the second floor, where they began planting explosive charges on the doors.
For the first time, the prestigious SAF Scholarship – second only to the President’s Scholarship – has been awarded to a polytechnic graduate and a student from the School of the Arts (SOTA).
Soldiers from the Singapore Army and the United States (US) Army are training together in a simulated environment. Suddenly, enemy forces strike. Singapore and US are tasked to form a combined task force to take out the aggressors.
The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) will continue to invest in platforms that can deliver greater combat power using less manpower, set up a cyber formation comprising a strong core of Regulars, build high-tech training facilities, and to optimise the deployment of national servicemen.
Having been with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) for 22 years, Senior Lieutenant Colonel (SLTC) Fairoz Bin Hassan is no stranger to military training and exercises.
To mark Singapore's bicentennial, this year's National Day Parade (NDP) Parade and Ceremony (P&C) segment will feature 38 contingents instead of the usual 37, making this the largest number of contingents since 2005.
When a person is in distress, despair may overshadow the willpower to carry on with his day-to-day routine.